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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD, VAOE THRU ITS PURITY V ITS FLAVOR ITS FRAGRANCE ITS RELIABILITY Are retpohtiblc for Spanish TtOOpS Neaf Mcli ENORMOUS SALE of 18.- packets nmualJy II SALADA" Sealed lead packets only 40c., 50c. and 60c. per pound At allgroiers. Lisbon, Sept. despatches jrec'eived here from Melllla, .Moro'cco, the fighting is general on the Moroccan'coast. The now' Spanish artillery has wrou-'ght terrible iunoua Moors, who have lost men in the last'three''days. The Spanish casualities amount to 350. A Spanish column has destroyed three villages near Kestiuga.- A Moor ish dcvserter, who has come into the, Spanish lines declares that Spanish poisoners are being horribly tortured and mutilated. They are then de- capitated and their dead bodies flung a hole on Mount Guruga. HALF THE TOIL of household work is taken when Sunlight Soap is brought Into the home. For thoroughly cleansing floors, metal-work, walls and woodwork, Sunlight is the most economical both In time and money. tion will bft carried on in as many municipalities as possible at the com- ing-elections. At tho close of the meeting a strong local executive was with Rev. Mr. Hamiltton as president and W. S..Knight as secretary. Mr. Fortune returned on Thursday even- ing and spent Friday, the 3rd inst., in town, in the interests of the work of the society. The C. P. R: has a large gang of Italians and a steam shovel at work rushing the building of an additional siding at the station here to accom- modate the large amount of extra traffic passing through the Crow this season. f ml i M i. '.i ii Hi Li M'U-tyl ftifi .1 TJROOPS IN OUTWORKS MSAS. LES ESPAGKOL'S -AtI MAROC LADIES TUCKED' NIGHTGOWN Paris Pattern No. 2111 James Jeffers In The Irish Policeman. The In Another ;Fimn y- entitled A 'Furnished Koom To Let" Their farewell week. Little Teddy, everybody's pet PICTURES 1 BusierJs Revenge 2 Brazilian's Ring ILLUSTRATED SONG: "Fare- theewell, my own Kentucky" EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK INCORPORATED 1859. CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general; Bankirjg business transacted Accounts of Mer- chants and'Farmers; invited Savings Bank Department in connection, deposits of SI.00 and upwards received and in- terest allowed at highest current rates. ROUND STREET Old Sage Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. j Lethbridge Branch RAYMOND Baymond, Sept. Friday ev- ieniug last. Sept, ,3rd, a character iball was held in- the Opera House. The attendance Vas not so large as I expected but all those present had a fine time. Prizes were awarded for the best characters which are as f ol- jlows: 1st prizes, Miss 31. McCarty as i 'the Raymond Hustler; and Miss B. jMunro, as 'a Dutch Girl.' Sec- ond prizes -were, Miss "May Heggic. and Miss Helen in Cowboy Dress. The following are a few of the best characters represented.: Mr. Trevor Davics and 'Miss Marjorie- Salmon as Pierrots: Miss K. McKay, Italian Girl: Mr. McCarty, and Mr. Roljson las Two Little Girls in Blue; Miss O'Dahl. and Ruby Stevens as Pop- corns; Miss J. Anderson, Snow Ball; iMiss Stella Van Wagner and Miss Blanche Fisher in Cowboy dress; Miss Beulah. as-bright; Miss M. WMtbeck. j as Topsy, and others too numerous 'to mention. The usual monthly conference was held at the Mormon Church last Sun- day f The Rev. J. J. Baker took :the Sun jday School and Hex-. J. J. .L'amenm i the evening services at the Presbytcr- jian Church. Raymond's band ha re 'now iorms and they certainly look wnart in them. Miss Kate Neal went up cm ytsiftr- Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing 'for Bath or Toilet in hot weather. For washing underclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses and purifies. day's train to spend a week with friends in Lethbridge. Mrs. who has been staying with .Vrs.' W. aris, for about two weeks, left ?cr LcthSriuge by yesterday's trail. Mr. C. F. Toilestrup left on yester- day afternoon's train and returned on this morning's. Mr. J. Mr. Clancy Bank of Montreal and Mr. B. B. Sloan of the Ellison Milling Co. re- turned on the morning train after spending a few days out of town. Mr. B. Grand came into town 'on Saturday last from Spring- Coulee. On Saturday evening Uxst a. uas hold in the Opera House ;or the officers of the Improvement Association, held in connection'' with tho Mormon Church. All Seams This dainty nightgown, is made .with back yoke and long or three-j ouarter length sleeves. The fullness NOT'WASTING GAS ig confined in of "Medicine Hat, Sept, 6. [tucks, and the garment is finished' JKditor. with turn down collar of the inater- L-c-fch'bridg-e. Alberta: (aj scalloped and band-embroidered.. looking- through, the j fun length sleeve is'gathered in- colunms of your, valuable paper ofi tf> ;l 'straih't and the 4th September, 1909. i noticed an j .three-quartec, sleev.e is finished with from your travelling corres- j a The- pattern is in pondent in connection with the .36. 40 and 44 inches bust j of Natural Gas from Safety measure; For 36 bust the night-' This is not the gmvn requjres 53-4 yards of 36-inch 'I material jr Now. Mr.-Editor, it would pay this j price of 10 cents. j j who informed travel a little j .further.' and find out the facts''of the j case, .so as to be able to give the [public a of-conditions as [they exist. The information given Jin connection with G-as at Coleridge and Dunmore1 -Tunction will have a tendency to knock instead -of boom the town, and speaking from pasti experience-, the Railxvay Compa. ny are not in the habit of allowing a good thing to go to waste, when pos- sible to prevent it. Thanking Mr. Editor, in ad- vance, and trusting I have not taken up too much of your time and space, I am. Sir, Tours very truly. K. S. Winter. Gas 'Inspector. C. P. Ry. Auction Sole On Saturday next SEPTEMBER Jlth At 2 O'Clock At the Property, Orchard Avenue, North Ward Has received instructions from Mr. Byer to Sell by Public Auction as above a new and well-built 5 -Roomed Cottage Iu Brick "Foundation, with good Basement, together with the upon which the property stands The cottage, which has only been, recently built is well' finished, all and. plastered; and' well adapted to the requirements-of a small family. -Tie GoJden West Realty Co.'s automobile wiJMe at the disposal of iDtending purchasers sdesiring toi view the property up to of sale, FRANK G. WADDINGTON Auctioneer f. The Bank of tbronto SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT to the People of Leth- bridge and vicinity CjjTheir very complete facilities for the transac- tion of banking business of every description, with tae assurance that all btlsiness entrusted to them will receive the most careful attention. CfTheir resources are large, and their experience- in handling banking accounts covers a period of more than a half century. COWLEY Cowley. Sept. The inlon'nalion by a letter from Mr. Whyte, second vice president of the C.P.R., to our secretary-treasurer, that the company has finally' to make no change in the location of the rail- way at 'Cowley Jias given hreat sat- jisfaction to the residents of our town its good effects are seen as our town council is advertis- ing for tenders for street grading nnd other necessary improvements that have been delayed on- account of tha indecision of the company in this1 matter. Cowley will be a verr- dif- ferent town in the near future as tho. i uncertainty of tho .location of the line; the only thing .that, hindered' its Interest is paid on Savings Accounts. Current Accounts opened for Business People on favorable terms. Letters of Credit Issued for Travellers in North America and the East. Money Loaned to Resporsible People. CAPITAL REST and UNDIVIDED PROFITS ASSETS W. McEachcrn Manager Letters of Credit Issued Lethbridge Branch Incorporated 1855 jrowth earlier. The Ladies Aid; of the Episcopal j Church held a very successful i on Friday afternoon and evening 'in laid of the building- fund of the church jlce cream and refreshments were sold. also useful artiolcs that the ladies contributed, among which was a beau jtiful fancy quilt. As the competition for this piece handiwork of the ladies was very keen among the bach- elors of the neighborhood, it was put j up to auction and was knocked down to Mr. A. W. Hart. The ladies also gave a dance in the evening, Mr. McMillan of the Cowley Housc. kindly giving the free use of his, spacious dining room for the pur- Pose. Both, bazaar and dance were -'well patronized by the youth and beauty of the town and vicinity and we un- derstand a substantial -addition was made, to the. amount already subscrib- ed for the building of a new stone church which is expected to be an ornament to our town when built. Rev. W. G. W. Fortune, field secre- tary of the Alberta, Temperance and Moral Reform League, addressed an audience in -the Presbyterian Church here, in the interests of the objects of the league, on Tuesday evening. the 31st August. Mr> Fortune is a strong and forcible speaker and the liquor traffic and other moral ques- tions were handled without gloves. Tiie ultimate object of the league is the total prohibition of the manu- facture1 of or sale of intoxicating li- quors in the province, and Mr. For- tune is .sanguine tfcat their object will be attained sooner than is generally 'expected. In tho meantime local op- e Herald Job Department Headquarters for Office -Stationery of all kinds Fully Equipped in All Branches of the Trade Expert Mechanics" and the Latest Machiner If you have not tried us for your let us turn you out a trial order Letter Heads Bill Heads Statements Envelopes Phone 106 Invitations Announcements Circulars nphlets Etc., etc. ;